Victoria Chick, contemporary figurative artist and early 19th/20th century print collector, discusses the work and career of Billy Morrow Jackson, an American realist who pushed realism in metaphorical directions with layers of social meaning. In looking at the entire career of visual artist Billy Morrow Jackson, one can see a thread of reality based on his sensitivity to his surroundings, both physical and social.
His paintings are often compared to those of Edward Hopper or Andrew Wyeth.The sense of quiet, contemplation, or, even, loneliness attributed to paintings by those artists is also felt in Jackson’s paintings, particularly his subjects of interiors with a figure.
This Big Blend Radio segment aired live on BlogTalkRadio.com on June 2, 2017.
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